Freedom and Entrepreneurship Critical for Economic Growth

The importance of economic freedom in fostering entrepreneurship and small business creation is clearly demonstrated by the sluggish economic recovery of the United States following the 2008 recession, concludes a new book jointly published today by the Fraser Institute and the Mercatus Institute in Virginia.

And this provides an important lesson for Canada.

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Five-million-dollar Shot in the Arm to Boost Innovation in the Healthcare System

New technologies to improve life-saving communication, help prevent strokes or advance epilepsy treatment will be helping patients thanks to a new Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE) program aimed at fostering innovation in Ontario's healthcare system.

The AdvancingHealth program is administering a $5 million booster shot for some revolutionary innovations being funded under a collaborative research program matching healthcare system needs and challenges with exciting technologies.

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Canada's Top University-Based Business Incubator Turns Five

The DMZ at Ryerson University celebrates over $70 million in funding for startups

The DMZ started in 2010 as a small working space occupied by a handful of Ryerson University-based startups that were developing digital media products. Five years on, it is the leading business incubator for technology startups in Canada, proudly based at Ryerson, Canada'spreeminent comprehensive innovation university, with the reach to forge powerful connections across a global ecosystem.

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FITC Toronto Highlights The Creativity That Fuels Tech Innovation

Hundreds poured in to the Hilton Hotel conference venue for FITC Toronto 2015, which spanned from April 12-14.

The technology and creativity event covered a breath of topics in the world of business and entrepreneurship, and how these worlds often intersect with art and creativity – including talks as technical as making virtual reality a part of the future living space, to inspirational presentations addressing failure as part of the entrepreneurial journey.

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Recon Instruments Begins Shipping Recon Jet Smart Eyewear

Recon Instruments has announced that Recon Jet, an advanced wearable computer for sports and outdoor recreational activities, will begin shipping this week.

Featuring a dual-core CPU, high-contrast display and point-of-view camera, Jet connects seamlessly to leading smartphones and wearable sensors, delivering contextually relevant information instantly, just below the user’s right eye.

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